A review of body camera footage led to disciplinary action against three Oklahoma City officers. The video shows a woman being forcefully detained in her home back in August.
Officers handcuffed the woman when they said she refused to let them execute a warrant for her grandson.
He is accused of making a bomb threat to a health care facility in Oklahoma City.
Police: Ma’am, please move out of the way.
Woman: What's going on?
Police: He has a warrant for his arrest.
Police: Let me see your [expletive] hands!
Police: Get out of the way.
Once inside the house, police see the woman's grandson run, and before barricading himself in a bedroom they said he threw a knife at them.
Woman: I live here with him.
Police: Okay, you get back.
Woman: No y’all are going to shoot!
The woman explains to police her grandson is sick and isn't armed.
Woman: He is manic depressive, he's manic I’m telling you all.
Woman: He don't have a gun.
Police: We don't know that ma’am.
Woman: I know that!
Police: Well, I don't!
Woman: Well, I do!
Police: You're fixing to go sit in the car!
Woman: No, I’m not!
Things then escalated.
Police: Quit resisting!
Woman: Hey I have heart problems!
Police: Stand up! Stand up! You can walk, get to the car!
Woman: [screaming] My arm!
Police: Relax! Relax. We are going to the car.
Woman: I just told you he didn’t have a gun, and I didn't want you to shoot him!
The woman was escorted to a patrol car.
Police: You didn’t have to resist.
Woman: Y’all pulled me, I told you I was hurting. I told you my arm!
Police: Are you going to walk?
Woman: As good as I can! I’m 74-years-old!
Another officer removed the woman’s handcuffs, and she was eventually released after her grandson's arrest.
In a statement Monday police said corrective action to include discipline and training was taken to ensure future calls are handled appropriately.